Εξομάλυνση πινάκων επιβίωσης και εφαρμογή με τα δεδομένα του πληθυσμού της Ελλάδας του έτους 2001
Καμούτσης, Βασίλειος Α.
To create demographic Mortality Tables, we need to have the census data and the deaths sorted by age and sex. The quality of the Mortality Tables depends mainly on the credibility of the statistical data we use. Almost in every case, we observe mistakes regarding the infant and child deaths, as well as the age of each member of the population and the deceased. As a result the probabilities of death - which are estimated by the raw data – do not go together with the international observed patterns and the biological laws of mortality, therefore, to create the Tables we apply certain techniques that intend to graduate this type of mistakes. This dissertation intends to refer to the existing statistical approaches, as well as to adapt one of them to Greece’s population data, based on the 2001 census and the deaths of the same year.